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How to get rid of right shoulder pain ?

Hi i sometimes get an ache in my right shoulder which often, though more recently, turns into a burning pain. It doesn t happen too often, and not really for more than an hour or so at a time, but I have also noticed that it seems i have an extra/ slightly overgrown bit of bone where the ache is. Like Osgood Schlatter s disease but in my shoulder?
Asked On : Sun, 9 Jan 2011
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Osgood schlatter's occurs in tibial tubercle which is in your leg. What you might have maybe is a small growth like osteoma or fibroma which is a benign condition which might be impinging on a nerve so that it causes the burning/pain. But it is better to have a diagnosis which can be got by visiting with a doctor who can see it and decide what to be done. If it doesn't cause you any problems, the doctor might decide to leave it alone or if it is serious they might intervene.
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